Typhoon Fengshen dumped heavy rains across the eastern and central Philippines Saturday, grounding domestic flights and inter-island ferry services, officials said. The storm forced over 200,000 people to seek temporary shelters in the eastern Bicol region, the civil defence office said, but there were no immediate reports of casualties. The typhoon also uprooted small trees and blew away tin roofs in the central city of Roxas, where Fengshen was hovering early Saturday with maximum sustained winds of 140 kilometres (87 miles) an hour.